Continuing the search for Naevia, the gladiators take over another villa. Spartacus convinces Crixus it's best not to imitate Roman selfish arrogance but offer the slaves a choice for freedom, if they accept to be trained as comrades in arms. Spartacus himself tutors Tiberius, the murdered master's house-slave, born as Syrian Nasir, obviously reluctant to shift loyalty, who ends up saving their skin by luring in a Roman patrol so the gladiators can slaughter them. General Glaber grudgingly encourages Lucretia's prophetess pose and finds local militia commander Seppius unwilling to accept his authority. Flashbacks to Oenomaus's training before and by Batiatus senior. Written by
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The reason behind Oenomaeus' inverted brand, is never explained. It is possible (stemming from his characteristics) that Oenomaeus would have preferred to have a legible view of his own brand as, self-motivation. (Seeing as Oenomaeus grew to be immensely proud of his service to the house of Batiatus) See more